In this week's Bulletin

Here are some of the stories and features in this week’s Wilton Bulletin, in mailboxes and on newsstands today:

• Class of 2014 says farewell to Wilton High.

• Affordable housing —what does it mean?

• Police will add another license plate reader.

• Wilton High School presents interactive yearbooks.

• Wilton police issued 21 infractions during a zero tolerance motor vehicle enforcement effort.

• Two locally sourced markets are officially back in town.

• Wilton student launches alternative social network site.

• PGP Committee invites community to a walk-through at Middlebrook.

• Three Wilton students named Drum Hill Scholars.

• Jessica Huffman places first in chemistry competition.

• Olivia Phelan takes first in CT Kids’ Court Competition.

• Nursing agency honors Wilton volunteers for service.

• Conservatory of Dance students performed at Wilton Library.

• Weir Farm hosts impressionist art workshop, June 21-22.

• Best friends soar to Eagle Scout rank.

• Marion Filley’s Closing Comments: June 19.

• Lesser Evil Snacks are more than all-natural.

• SCORE Fairfield County partners with Westport Library to offer a free Internet marketing workshop.

• Bankwell in Wilton promotes Christine Chivily to senior vice president.

• United Way of Coastal Fairfield County presents Deloitte LLC with the “Award of Distinction.”

• Wilton Family Y’s 28th Annual ‘Caring For Our Kids’ golf outing will be held Sept. 22 at Rolling Hills Country Club.

• Volunteers from Wilton’s Deloitte office participated in charitable projects around town for the company’s Impact Day.

• Wilton joins Monday hurricane drill.

• Tick boom is expected.

• Former Wiltonian competes to be a ‘Food Network Star.’

• Access to train station house reduced.

• Visiting Nurses offer support after losing a parent.

• Visiting Nurses conduct free memory screenings.

• Police Log: DUI, property-line dispute.

• Obituaries: Karl Kenneth Keasler, Sanford H. Robbins, Carmen Robinson, Memorial service for Cornelia Ford.

• Board of Finance welcomes John Kalamarides as its newest member.

• Editorial: Go.

• Letters: No-show applicant showed poor form, Taste of Wilton marks another successful year, An evening in the garden at Ambler Farm, Community generosity is astounding.

• News Notes: It’s a grand flag, saving on paving.

• Senate Circle by Toni Boucher: $190 million: Money not going to transportation.

• Kiwanis Club upgrades Y’s  computer lab.

• A View from Glen Hill: Approaching affordable housing.

• Notes from the Board Table: Good-bye to teachers, little ones succeed.

• Six student members of Wilton High School’s CODES club delivered care packages to residents at a Bridgeport homeless shelter.

• Ray Alarcon becomes Wilton Rotary’s newest member.

Wilton High School girls lacrosse team beats New Canaan to win the Class M state title.

• Wilton High School girls tennis players Taylor Ingerman and Kaitlyn Zheng win the state championship.

• Brett Phillips honored as 2014 Lt. John G. Corr award recipient.

• Lizette Roman-Johnston, goalie on the Wilton High School field hockey team, receives the Melissa Nickel Award.

• Recipients of the Senior Sports Awards.

• Ten athletes qualify for US Rowing Youth National Championships.

Arts & Leisure: A film about the stigma of childhood mental illness shoots in Westchester, the Clearwater Festival is this weekend in Croton-on-Hudson, Joshua Bell plays at Caramoor, the Reel Dad says The Fault in Our Stars is a “meaningful tribute to perseverance,” and the 2013 Mazda3 4-door Grand Touring is a nimble and thrifty compact.